Covering the important WW1 Battles of Ypres, including the notorious Passchendaele, this guidebook takes readers on a historic trip through some of the well-known and most important sites of the area.
The latest in the series of battlefield tours, focusing on Normandy and the D-Day landings.
Horatio Nelson was the greatest naval commander of his age. In this masterly analysis of his fighting career, the acclaimed naval historian Oliver Warner examines every battle in which he...
When Germany's leading tank ace meets the Steppe Fox it's a fight to the death. Faced with overwhelming odds Kampfgruppe von Schroif needs a better tank and fast; but the new Tiger tank is...
Relays the horrors of the First World War from the perspective of Thomas, a young soldier on a very personal journey of redemption amidst the carnage of conflict.
Follow up to Tiger Command! published in 2013 by Claymore Books.
An original and accessible literary approach to understanding the history of The Great War.
This is a first person account of the Anglo-Zulu War written by a young man who grew up in Natal and participated in several of the major battles of the war.
Josef Sepp Allerberger was the second most successful sniper of the German Wehrmacht and one of the few private soldiers to be honored with the award of the Knights Cross.
This is the contemporary account of Jakob Walter, a Westphalian conscript in Napoleons Grande Arme. Walter took part in the Emperors campaigns against Prussia, Austria and finally, the disastrous...
In April 1917 the high ground of Monchy le Preux anchored the German defensive positions on Vimy Ridge, just east of Arras. A British offensive planned for Easter Monday 1917 was hindered aby not...
Complete with approximately 40 original black and white photographs and battle maps. This book is part of the World War II From Original Sources series, a new military history range compiled and...
When British and Dominion troops again approached the Hindenburg Line in 1918, some of the bloodiest engagements of the Hundred Days were fought over the ridges and valleys of Villers-Plouich,...
Fascinating and much forgotten story of Manchester's contribution to the Great War.
A in-depth analysis of the Panther V tank, designed and introduced to the battlefield in 1942. Illustrated with approximately 80 black and white original photographs, as well as diagrams and tables
ISBN: 9781781592090 Autor: Carruthers, Bob
This book is part of the "Hitler's War Machine" series, a new military history range compiled and edited żeby Emmy Award winning author and historian Bob Carruthers.
ISBN: 9781781592052 Autor: Carruthers, Bob Wydawnictwo: Pen Sword Books Ltd Ilość stron: 96
This Book Is Part Of The 'Hitler's War Machine' Series, A New Military History Range Compiled And Edited by Emmy Award Winning Author And Historian Bob Carruthers.
Historical account of the fighting on the Redan Ridge in 1916. Includes tours and descriptions of the battle fields today.